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    C P A  Conference  Building  Teams C P A Conference Building Teams Presentation Transcript

    • Creating high performance teams CPA QLD Country Conference Presenter Andrew Griffiths
    • What are we going to discuss this afternoon?
    • What is a high performance team?
    • The benefits of creating a high performance team.
    • Some fundamantals before we get started on “how to” build the team.
    • So how do we build our own high performance team?
    • 1. The importance of the right FIT
    • 2. Having the right FUEL to drive the team.
    • 3. What will UNITE your team?
    • 4. How will you keep the team TOGETHER?
    • 5. What happens when the goals posts MOVE?
    • 6. REWARDING high performance team members.
    • 7. What can you do when PERFORMANCE hits the wall?
    • 8. Dealing with unpopular CHANGES.
    • 9. What happens when the DYNAMICS change?
    • 10. Be clear on your ROLE within the team.
    • The reality of building a high performance team.
    • 1. It will take time to get it right.
    • 2. There will be mistakes along the way.
    • 3. It thrives on growth, challenge and reward.
    • 4. It needs clear direction.
    • 5. Micromanagement rarely creates a team like this.
    • 6. React quickly or your team may fall apart.
    • 7. Don’t let the team become more than than the task at hand.
    • 8. You need to stay one step ahead as the team leader.
    • 9. Team members come and go.
    • 10. Share information with your team, even if it is not good news.
    • Where to from here?
    • Thank you
    • wwww.andrewgriffiths.com.au